ABIOYE-KUTEYI Emmanuel Akintunde
Department of Community Health
1. Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Ojofeitimi, E.O., Aina, 0.1., Kio, F., Aluko, Y., Mosuro, O. (1997) The Influence of Socioeconomic and Nutritional Status on Menarche in Nigerian School Girls. Nutrition and Health, 11: 189-199.
2. Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Akinsola, A., Ezeorna, 1.1′. (1999) Renal disease; The need for community based screening in rural Nigeria. African Journal of Medical Practice, 6(5): 198- 201.
3. Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A .. Elias, 0., Familusi, A.A., Fakunle, A., Akinfolayan, K. (2001) The Role of Traditional Birth Attendants in Atakumosa, Nigeria. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, 121(2): 119-124.
4. Windsor, H.M., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Leber, lM .. Morrow, S.M., Bulsara, M.K., Marshall, 13.1. (2005) Prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in indigenous West Australians. Medical Journa of Australia. 182: 210-213.
5. Windsor, H.M., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Marshall. BJ. (2005). Methodology and Transport Medium for collection of Helicobacter pylori on a String Test in Remote locations. Helicobacter, 10(6): 630-634.
6. Oyegbade 0.0., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Kolawole, B.A., Ezeoma, i.r., Bello, I.S. (2007) Screening for Diabetes Mellitus in a Nigerian Family Practice Population. SA Fam Pract 49 (8):15 -15d.
7. Oprey, O.P., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Aboderin, A.O .. Giebel, H., Dello, I.S., Sebanjo, 1.0. (2008) The pattern of malaria infection in under-fives in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Transactions of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 102, 868-874.
8. Afolabi, M.O., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Arogundade. F.A., Bello, I.S. (2009) Prevalence of chronic kidney disease in a Nigerian family practice population. SA Fam Prac. 51 (2) 132- 137.
9. Afolabi, M.O., Abioye-Kuteyi, E.A., Fatoye. F.O., Bello, I.S., Adewuya, A.O. ( 2008) Pattern of depression among patients in a Nigerian family practice population .. SA Fam Pract 50 (2) 63 – 63e.
10. Abioye Kuteyi, E. A., Kuku, lO., Lateef, I.e., Ogundipe, lA., Mogbeyteren, T., Banjo, M.A. (2011) Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness among pregnant women at the three levels of health facilities in Ife Central Local Government, Nigeria. Journal of Community Medicine and Primary Health Care. 23 (1,2), 41-54.


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July 28, 2014

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